Successful Law Firms Are All Alike


Tolstoy famously began his novel Anna Karenina with the assertion that "happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Much the same can be said about the business prospects of law firms. Firms that are in danger of failing have generally followed their own unique paths to destruction through a toxic combination of personality clashes, policy failures, and practice errors. By contrast, successful firms reflect similar positive attributes.

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